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QUEEN ELIZABETHS HUNTING LODGE

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A former hunting lodge, completed in 1543 for Henry VIII and repaired in 1589. The building was converted to a dwelling in 1666. Owned by the Corporation of London since 1878 and used as a museum. The building is of three storeys and has a timber frame with plaster infill under a pitched tiled roof. Restored circa 1900 and circa 1990.

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